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Even the best cut bacon can curl, making it difficult to cook evenly. The cast iron bacon press flattens the bacon, keeping it's shape for even cooking and the wooden handle stays cool while the press is in use. To speed up the process, pre-heat the press.
Bacon curls while frying, making it difficult to cook evenly. Long ago, cooks found a simple solution to this problem: hold bacon to its proper shape by flattening it with a heavy, cast-iron press. Norpro's press hews to that tradition. It's made of traditional cast iron and has a wooden handle that stays cool while the press is in use. For speeding up the bacon-frying process, the press can be preheated--also preheat it when you're flattening hamburgers, grilled sandwiches, or quesadillas. Season the press by coating it with oil and heating it for 20 minutes; after cleaning it in soapy water, it should also be lightly coated with vegetable oil to prevent rust. --Fred Brack
Package Quantity: 1 | Size: 6.75in/17cm x 4in/10cm
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As long as you take care of it the way it says, you shouldn't have any trouble.. I keep mine as oiled as possible, haven't had any problems and man, seriously helps make a great... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amy
Everyone should have one..if you want your hamburgers..steaks..grill cheese etc evenly cooked this is a great addition to your cooking items..and fantastic priced!Published 7 days ago by ingrid towns